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Future Tech 2019: Thomas de Klerk & Tom Kosse – High Performance Teams: De vijf kenmerken van een succesvol team

Please excuse us for the audio quality. There was a malfunction with the microphones. Als organisatie wil je succesvolle effectieve teams om verschillende redenen. Uiteraard leveren succesvolle teams kwalitatief werk en zijn ze productief. Aan de andere kant levert het teamleden een prettige werkomgeving waarin je kan excelleren. Binnen Google is er uitgebreid onderzoek gedaan […]

Aftermovie Future Tech 2019

Future Tech was a huge succes with 600 future technology addicts! A big thank you to everyone who contributed in any way and of course to every visitor present! Were you not there? or do you want a recap of what Future Tech was like? Then take a look at this awesome aftermovie!

Future Tech 2021: Brendan Burns – Why should you care about microservices?

Are microservices really a technical innovation? Or are they really about ideal team design? At the end of the day, technology changes rapidly, but people change slowly, if ever. This means that to truly build great systems, we need to understand how to enable our teams to excel, as well as how to use the […]

Future Tech 2019: Carl in ‘t Veld – Introducing Azure Durable Functions for serverless .NET orchestrations

Maybe you were assuming Azure Functions are purely stateless and short-lived. Guess again! Enter Durable Functions, a new open-source extension to Azure Functions that enables long running orchestrations and stateful processes to execute as serverless functions. In this session you will learn how to write durable functions, and patterns and practices to write simple or complex […]

Future Tech 2021: Laurent Bugnion – The State of .NET

.NET is almost old enough to drink in the US (the first release was in 2002, 19 years ago…) but it’s definitely not rusty. Over the years it went through many transformations, including its latest incarnation known as .NET 5. In this presentation, Laurent Bugnion, a Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, who coded his first .NET […]

Future Tech 2019: Alex de Groot – Architecting for ML.NET & Cognitive Services

The world talks about Machine Learning & Cognitive Services, but you still have the same deliveries. Wouldn’t it be nice if you simply can drag ‘n drop these new capabilities when you have the real business case? During this talks I go in-depth on how to integrate all of these new capabilities into your carefully […]

Future Tech 2019: James Ashely – DIY Deep Fakes

Deep neural networks provide new and better ways to perform useful tasks like face recognition and search optimization. But they can also be used to do unexpected – and even unwanted — things like photoshopping full videos, placing one person’s face on another person’s body. In this presentation, I will walk you through the technology […]

Future Tech 2021: Luca Bolognese – Introduction to Functional Programming in F#

We are going to look at the fundamental concepts in functional programming by transforming a snippet of code from imperative to functional. We will use F# as our chosen programming language, but also see how the same concepts apply in C, Powershell, C# and others.”

Future Tech 2019: Sander Hoogendoorn – How microteams change the way we collaborate. Again.

Introducing the next evolution in autonomous collaboration Over the years the way projects and teams operate in software development has changed quite a bit. From projects were teams were sliced vertically per discipline, to multi-disciplinary and cross-functional teams in agile approaches and frameworks. Now, as a consequence of increasing velocity, DevOps, DevSecOps and continuous delivery, […]

Future Tech 2021: Steve Gordon – Let’s Talk HTTP in .NET Core

In the world of microservices (yes, there’s that buzzword again!) and distributed systems, we often find ourselves communicating over HTTP. What seems like a simple requirement can quickly become complicated! Networks aren’t reliable and services fail. Dealing with those inevitable facts and avoiding a cascading failure can be quite a challenge. In this talk, Steve […]